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Join us on this special Interactive China interview with Tangos Chan, Vice President of China Growth Capital. Filmed at the scene of AdTech Shanghai 2008, this program gives us Chan's perspective on the social media landscape in China today.
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Tangos Chan

Join us on this special Interactive China interview with Tangos Chan, Vice President of China Growth Capital. Filmed at the scene of AdTech Shanghai 2008, this program gives us Chan's perspective on the social media landscape in China today. From a cultural standpoint, Mr Chan compares the online sociability of netizens in China compared to the West and highlights the impacts that this has on the strategies of consumer brands and companies alike.

As we delve into the different characteristics of blogs, BBS and S&S, Chan also discusses the increasing hybrid activity between these platforms. Which different channels of online media are Chinese consumers turning to for user reviews, credible content or making new life friends? What are some of the predicted emerging trends for the social media backdrop in China? Find out more on this iTV-Asia program.

Tangos Chan is a start-up consultant and Internet strategist. Vice President of China Growth Capital, he has much China business experience. China Growth Capital is an early-stage startup incubating and consulting firm. Chan's blog, China Web 2.0 Review is one of the most popular English blogs in China's Internet and wireless industry. Mr Chan has especially rich experience in China's technology sector in investment, marketing, social media and product management.

Tangos Chan is also a member of the organization committee for the Chinese Blogger Conference and Open Web Asia Conference.

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Interactive China

Hear what business leaders in this field have to say about the interactive communications industry in China. With a rapidly growing Internet population, China has seen consumers voicing their opinions and knowledge through vehicles such Bulletin Board System (BBS), blogs, forums and other online communities.

Sam-Flemming

Host: Sam Flemming - Founder/CEO, CIC

Considered a pioneer in China's Internet Word Of Mouth (IWOM) development, Sam Flemming has worked among the top Chinese Internet players in the field since 1996. In recent years, Flemming has guided key marketing agencies and brands in China on the subject. He is also a frequent speaker, lecturing on branding and marketing at conferences around China.
Before co-founding CIC, Flemming worked at Shanghai Huateng, a former joint venture of Tandem/Compaq Computers. Heading Corporate Communications and Business Development, he set in motion the launch of Chinapay.com which was eventually purchased by China Union Pay. He also cultivated strategic relationships with top international banks, including Citibank and HSBC.

 

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